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Vegan Gingerbread Cookies Recipe

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com16 Comments

I love making gingerbread man. Or gingerbread cookies in general. The kids love them, always happy to help and join in, especially when it comes to cutting and icing. I have a festive, Halloween-themes pumpkin – gingerbread recipe up already as well as a chocolate gingerbread recipe. I also very much like the traditional, German Lebkuchen, which is the European …

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Vegan Sweet Potato – Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

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These were another vegan treat lot I baked for the Extinction Rebellion protesters last week. (I made this Best Vegan Banana Bread last week) I wanted to bake some sort of a real chocolatey treat, but still nutritious and good to have when hungry and running low on energy. Of course they are not gooey but super soft and fluffy instead. …

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Couscous Stuffed Peppers With Pumpkin and Feta Recipe

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I always loved stuffed peppers, I don’t even know why I haven’t posted this recipe earlier! I make this quite often as even though it looks quite like a crowdpleaser, this meal is super simple. And healthy! They’re super nutritious, packed with minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins C, B-6, and A. And they are quite low in calories too – if …

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How To Stay Healthy In Flu-Season With VSL#3 Plus A Smoothie Recipe

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This is a sponsored post. The autumn and winter season for us (families with young children) is an endless battle with colds, flus and other nasty germs. It’s impossible to avoid them as the children keep picking up one after the other in school and in nursery. Even if they get flu vaccinations (which they do) it seems like we’re …

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Best Vegan Banana Bread Recipe

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The story behind this banana bread. Not a long one, I promise, I never do that, you know. Today, the 7th of October 2019 marks the beginning of the International Extinction Rebellion worldwide and here in London too, of course. With a few local families who are part of the XR Rebellion in London and the Mothers Rise Up group …

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Bailey’s Cheesecake Trifle with Amarena Cherries

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Advertorial post. I do love cheese cake, but I have to say, I love the sweetened cream cheese about it the most. So I was thinking a great, maybe even festive, autumnal recipe to combine cheesecake flavour with the gorgeous Fabbri Amarena cherries I’ve got from Ciao Gusto. If you don’t know Ciao Gusto, it’s an Italian deli at Ocado,  …

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Chocolate Beetroot Muffins Recipe

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Not much to add to this recipe really: only that it’s just like a regular chocolate muffin recipe with added fresh beetroot.  They look fantastic, boasting with a bright red velvet colour and they are more nutritious too: packed with all the goodness of the beetroot.  As you might know my son is extremely picky and a sensory eater too. …

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20 Top Tips You Need When Going Meat Free

In Foodie Me, Green & Ethical Livingby eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

Some of my friends recently have decided to try going vegetarian or even vegan for a number of different reasons. Some of them said they are doing it to be healthier. Some of them became aware, that plant-based diet is the way forward if we want to fight climate change. And others are doing it for ethical reasons. Whatever the …

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Lazy Ratatouille (Vegan Recipe)

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When we were visiting my parents this summer in Hungary, I loved pottering around in the vegetable garden and couldn’t get enough of all the fresh veggies. He had lots of yellow peppers growing, and super juicy and fragranced tomatoes so I decided to make a ratatouille with them. Not a real, French one as I don’t like to cook …

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10 Simple But Tasty Vegetarian Recipes For The Summer

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This is a sponsored post. Now that school is out for the summer, our priorities change a little bit around family life. Particularly about how much time we spend with the family instead of doing chores and duties. Evening meals – and meals in general – especially if you prefer cooking everything from scratch like me, can take up a …